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Brian Lynch and Curtis Wasilewski were able to boat out to the submerged corner of Barrett and Paradise Roads (February 2, 2020). Photo courtesy of Brian Lynch

Photos and videos reveal extent of Ferndale area flooding

FERNDALE, Wash. — The Nooksack River crested this morning, Sunday, February 2nd, about 5am at 20.9 feet. Today was a calm and sunny day, perfect to be outside and many took the opportunity to view first-hand the power of the river water.

Drone flyover of 20.9-foot flooding event at Ferndale, WA (February 2, 2020). Video courtesy of hobbyist pilot

Brian Lynch and Curtis Wasilewski were able to boat out to the submerged corner of Barrett and Paradise Roads (February 2, 2020). Photo courtesy of Brian Lynch

Looking north up the Nooksack River from Pioneer Bridge (Main Street) after the river level had crested at 20.9 feet (February 2, 2020). Video: Erin Gunter


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One Comment

  1. Vicki Harnden Vicki Harnden February 3, 2020

    Wow that is a lot of water .

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